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million doe you think will qualify? >> they'll have to go through a background check. the obama administration has instituted a system. they are and other federal relationships that allow you to detain and poured the immigrants. the system is in place. imagine a lot of the bad actors are gone. iy of the future actors, would love for a criminal alien foreigner to apply for this program so that we can say you are a criminal and applied? a legal right to the house and deport you. we go right to the house and support you. >> you happen an advocate smoking to the spanish press. can you describe how you see the and their view of the bill? ?hat would you want to happen shall we continue with the deportations the report on every day debt is that what you want? custody byheld in law enforcement in the united we are glad to give you a work permit. the community wants to look to be in a safe place. but this is the kind of conversation of having four then -- we would be having in 2004. permanent residence in the united states, i talk to them all the time. i encourage them. they are not amer
to change but it is sad that it does -- we have to go through this. >> reporter: president obama paid respects to those killed and wounded and promised this was not the end. >> i am proud and i feel so much better about, you know, taking the next step to recovery. >>> for those who could not attend this stretch of boylston street is serving as a standing and by this afternoon this memorial grown in size. >> we will take everything and move it somewhere safe. >> reporter: he is the protector of the memorial here and promised to patrol it at night so others could find strength in community. patti lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >> surveillance video and cell phones have become crucial to the investigation. ktvu's kristen c is live -- christian christien kafton is live with a new tool that could come in handy. >> reporter: a drone high in the sky could have provided video for investigators at the boston marathon. and he would like to see that technology right here in the . >> reporter: the sheriff's office is working on a policy for using a drone for law enforcement. today he sited the terror
in that? and what's the best role for president obama as this bill goes through congress? should he stay quiet and stay in the white house? are there calls he can make that won't ruin this? what's the best role for him? >> first of all, when i spoke, the president called a few of us to a meeting last january and asked us for our advice. a few of us, suggested him not to draw up a bill. we said to him, mr. president, you need to go around this country and use that bully pulpit to make sure that everybody understands what is necessary and to explain and educate the american public about the importance of comprehensive immigration and the urgency. but we asked him not to draw up the bill. some of his aids decided not wid standing our advice to the president not to draw up a bill to show it to the press. what did the president have to do? he had to call john mccain and call up senator graham to apologize for doing that. it seems like we gave him good advice. but having said that, that's the way the system was designed. let the members of the house do negotiation. i get to spend more time wit
from boston, chris jansing. take us through how president obama will spend his day and the developing situation, chris? >> reporter: good morning. i'm right across the street from holy cross cathedral. and the president will be arriving here for an 11:00 a.m. service. we've got a look at the program. it will include religious leaders, the mayor will be here. governor deval patrick. among those in the congregation will be the former governor of massachusetts, mitt romney. and yo-yo ma, the great cellist who went to harvard, will be performing as well as some chorus. it's a simple service. it's one that is all-too familiar to the president, who will be, for the fifth time in his presidency, be consoler in chief. after the ft. hood tragedy. in tucson, in aurora, colorado, the horrific shooting at the movie theater. and most recently in newtown, connecticut. this is a community that is still in grief, still in mourning. it's not just here. we saw emotions coming to the fore in washington yesterday. with the secretary of state, john kerry and first lady, michelle obama. take a listen. >> w
story of how the obama administration combats threats to american civilians and wages what it no longer calls the global war on terror. from the very beginning after september 11th, american policy in this area has been constructed through a series of often ad hoc decisions made during the intense moments following acts of violence against the united states. those decisions have then gone on to have tremendous ripple effects and unintended consequences. today as we find ourselves in one of those intense freighted and immense moments, the question of how the obama administration reacts is one we should all be paying attention to. and there is no journalist in america, in the world who has reported on what the war on terror actually looks like under the obama better than any next guest, jeremy scahill. his amazing chronicle of the obama war on terror, new book "dirty wars" publishes tomorrow. the film of the same name will be in theaterers in june. "dirty war" is probably the most comprehensive account to date of ma what america's battlefield looks like, a battlefield constructed with eac
of what happened from the obama administration, only through leaks. the ultimate conclusion it was an outrageous mistake and they were trying to kill a terrorist named ibrahim. he is still alive. we don't know who the intended target was. but what i am reporting for first time is a former senior administration official, who worked on the targeted killing program, told me that when president obama found out that abdulrahman al awlaki had been killed, he was incredibly upset about this. and that john brenneman who at the time was the senior terrorism investigator believed that jsoc or the cia may have intentionally killed him, perhaps on faulty intelligence that he was 21 years old or that he was simply a relative of anwar al awlaki. so brenneman ordered a review. and i asked the former senior official what happened to the review and he said i don't know. i asked the national security council spokesperson around she told me we won't talk about it. >> i want to talk more about this and talk about where counterterrorism goes from here right after we take this break. she only use
's effort to expand gun control through background checks. but an emotional barack obama vows to fight on. >>> plus new details on the west, texas, explosion and the latest on that just ahead. >>> it was billed as a possible turning point in the fight for gun control reform but now hopes are fading that anything will get done after a bill to expand background checks on firearm sales failed in the senate. nbc's kelly o'donnell reports for us in washington. >> reporter: the president gave the rose garden microphone over to a newtown dad. mark barton. >> we'll return home now, disappointed but not defeated. >> reporter: the president clearly angry. >> the gun lobby and its allied willfully lied about the bill. >> reporter: lashed out at congress. >> this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american people. we can still bring about meaningful changes that reduce gun violence so long as the people don't give up. >> reporter: from the steps of air force one last week to the u.s. capitol newtown families who know the pain of gun v
to john john, may be a half dozen times. you've got obama mentioning frank quite often. >> what was this event? >> the entirety of the 70s. they were introduced in the fall of 1970 and not all the way through the time obama left in 1979. obama talks about one of the last words of advice he sought out before you have to assert greater commercial davis, wearing into a diatribe against the american way and all of that. i founded davises columns for the chicago star in the late 1940s consistently bashing the american way in almost identical language to that which obama reported seen in terms for my father. trues her father came out in 1995. the audio dream in 2005, that book after obama's historic 4004 democratic convention speech, whereupon i began his rise to the presidency and the audio version in 2005, frank marshall davis is completely purged. he's not mention one time anywhere. you could listen to the audio version and it goes word for word you come to the section on frank and it just skips. it skips ahead a few paragraphs come a few pages again and again and again. frank mars
to stay in washington from sunday through wednesday. >>> so what do members of the obama administration hope the chinese will do? we asked the director of the brookings institution center for northeast asian policy studies, richard bush. >> china is sometimes able to use its influence to get north korea to the negotiating table. it is less able to use influence to shape north korea's negotiating position, and that's the problem. north korea's goals here and its negotiating stance are dimetrically opposed to those of the united states, japan, and south korea. so the question that ambassador davies will probably be asking ambassador wu is, what evidence is there that north korea is interested in negotiating in a manner that's consistent with the six-party talks? what evidence is there that if it makes commitments, it will actually keep them? china's response will probably be it's only if we start a process of contacts and talking and negotiating that we will see what is possible in the long term. our response is likely to be, well, we have a lot of experience doing that, and north korea h
vacation to speak to the country sparking a waive of criticism. after obama's tour through the boston marathon on monday killing three people and wounding scores more, mr. obama spoke to the nation twice within 24 hours of the attack. he told his staff he didn't want to wait before speaking publicly and the white house posted photos on flickr of his oval office meetings with national security advisors on the investigation. on thursday, today, he and first lady michelle obama -- >> we'll leave this here and take you live to the capitol. speaker john boehner will talk to reporters. the house expected to gavel back in shortly. live here on c-span. >> the president's up there today and i add my prayers to his. here in the nation's capital envelopes of -- full of ricin were sent to congress and to the president. all of us who serve and work here in the capitol, that would include members, staff, reporters, i think a special thanks to the capitol police, the sergeant at arms office, and our chief administrative officer . thanks to the skill and dedication of the men and women who work here,
unwittingly films the person responsible. forensic specialists have been scouring the scene, searching through tiny bits of debris for clues and evidence. >> as president obama has said, the fbi is investigating this as an act of terrorism and the full force of the federal government will support the response and the investigation. >> investigators now believe the explosives were packed into pressure cookers. these nangle pieces of metal are all that remain. inse parts have been used homemade bombs by extremist groups before. they also recovered a circuit board, which is being examined, and a backpack, which was being used to hide the devices. we now know that three people died. two young women and an 8-year- old boy. others have terrible wounds. vigils have been held again across the city this evening. it is a city still bewildered by what happened these two were in the crowd when the bomb went off. moments later, he called his mom saying, i've been hurt, really bad. boththers both frost -- lost a leg. -- the brothers both lost a leg. >> one will cry and then the other one will. it is heartbr
along with civic leaders and the general public turn to faith and each other to work through pain. >> tomorrow the sun will rise over boston. >> reporter: president obama in an all too familiar role of comforter-in-chief drew lessons from the marathon itself. >> scripture tells us to run with endurance the race that is set before us. >> reporter: the president also paid tribute to those who died. >> we come together to pray and mourn. >> reporter: in remarks laced with resolve in the face of an unknown enemy the president rallied boston and america to be undeterred. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for that 118th boston marathon. >> reporter: as the crowd applauded and cheered, the president wiped away tears. later, he met with race volunteers to thank them. as boston tends to its emotional wounds, six people injured in the bombings remain in critical condition. the number still hospitalized, fewer than 60. >> in general, patients are getting better. we are happy with their progress. >> reporter: meantime, the be
the largest industrial disaster this decade. president obama quickly pledged federal emergency funds to the area. rescuers spent hours searching through rubble for survivors. the disaster started with a small fire at west fertilzer plant. according to reports, the company was fined $2,300 by the epa for a saftey violation, but settled in 2006. the german parlaiment is backing a $13-billion bailout for struggling cyprus. it's nearly twice the amount estimated a month ago. german taxpayers worry even more money may be needed. the cyprus parliament votes on the bailout package next week. the german prime minister calls the rescue essential, and says without it there's a "significant risk" of contagion to greece and other eurozone countries. closer to home, researchers say the cell phone industry is poised for consolidation. in today's cover story, the watch is on for buy signals from consumers as apple and samsung jockey for position. and, t- mobile offers new products and plans. "we had a fantastic weekend. our customers and employees have been waiting for the iphone for a long time."
powerful part of the film. sitting through the film with an audience, i know what it felt like. ms. obama talked about when we had a screening at the white house. excruciating that scene was, and how she wanted young people , ande how far we have come to realize that we are not there yet. and i think it is more than just racial discrimination. discrimination of all kinds, religious, ethnic. i think we need to do a better job. tavis: i know given your stature, there are presidents who wanted to meet you, but i am curious as to whether or not this represent a moment for you to be in the white house with a black first family, with the big screen movie with this subject matter. >> i am so over thinking of him as a black president. i think of him as our president, wrestling with so many daunting issues and problems. i was delighted to be there. one of the things that was robinson was that mrs. was there with a number of jackie robinson scholarship recipients from across the country, young kids who were brought to washington. they saw a screening of the film that morning and were hosted by mrs.
see a ripple effect that will echo through president obama's second term as a result of this attack? will we see a new front in the war on terror? we're going to talk about that with brit hume coming up. bill: a little less spending on behalf of the u.s. government apparently hitting u.s. airports. some big ones too. how long could you wait and what is holding this up? martha: best part of traveling going through that thing. love it. new honey bunches of oats greek yogurt and whole grain. here we go. honey cornflakes and chunks of greek yogurt. i'm tasting both the yogurt and the honey at the same time. i'm like digging this yogurt thing. i feel healthy. new honey bunches of oats greek. mmaybe another headache will get in the way. maybe you'll have some friends over for dinner. maybe you'll have a migraine. if you have migraines with 15 or more headache days a month, you're living a maybe life. and you may have chronic migraine. but knowing this thing you're going through has a name means knowing you can find treatments that are right for you. go to mychronicmigraine.com to find a h
on the obama administration? just explain. walk us through this. >> i will. secretary hagel, his first visit to the region, his conversations with israel. the concern here is the word "red line." you recall the prime minister used that at the united nations last fall. the president of the united states and the secretary of state, mrs. clinton, have used the word "red line" with regard to certify i can't, netanyahu used the word "red line" with regard to iran. right now, my information is that jerusalem, israel, the government, is looking to task the obama rhetoric. will they move on syria. because if they won't, that tells israel that the word "red line" has no significance, and therefore, israel has to recalculate its approach toi iran. the politics of this trump the medical facts on the ground. >> steve mcmann, will the president move, if they do find physical evidence of these chemical weapons? >> i think he will. the question is what does movement look like. we intervene, but who are we supporting and where does that support lead? and does it lead to a better situation or worse situation
bolton. thank you very much. next, my take on president obama's decision to inflict maximum pain on a sequester cuts through airport delays. where the faa could have cut the that the president had let him. outrage tuesday rolls on after this. stuart: this is an understatement, netflix shares are up this morning. way up. more people signed up to pay for netflix after three months of "house of cards." people loved it. many people subscribe to netflix now, almost as much as hulu, hbo. iphone sales expected to be down. apple down this year, up only $1 now, below 400. look at coach. i always considered it a demographic luxury. sales are up better than expected, coach is assuming 11%. $5 stocks hitting all-time high. all of them are up. up 125. outrage tuesday rolls on in a moment. [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all onhinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ ♪ the middle of this special moment and i nee
or liberal. >> actually, it is. not a fan of the law, but she walks you through in a very practical sort of consumer wait, what you need to do to navigate this. >> next book here. >> this is our newest book out. obama's four horsemen, as you can see. other pop -- apocalyptic. i think a lot of the books that are out have come out in the past few months have talked about america at a crossroads or america at a point where we have a big decision to make. david who is a terrific writer and spokesperson basically says the we have crossed that point. it is too late to avoid some of the disasters that we are facing. now we just have to buckle down and figure how to get through. >> the last book you have, you're holding a galley right here. >> holding a little one. this book is not even get out. this is our next big book coming in april. it's called the ultimate obama survivor get -- survival guide. this is a terrific read. very fine. also very practical. the first part of the book tells us all the terrible things we're facing under a second term abroad, and the second half of the buck is a very
mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. >> lou: the obama administration has done it again. choosing another green energy loser spending millions and millions of taxpayer money in the process. fisker automotive firing 75% of the workforce after failing to secure a financial deal. that is 160 jobs gone from a company that was backed by a 500, at one time a $529 million-dollar loop guarantee. but feel good about it. fisker was able to only tap 139 million of it. that's impressive, huh? >> we would say we're shocked. fisker battery supplier went the wrong way as well. the system is quite something and opened by a chinese company. changed the name by the way. i love this. a123 is now b456. you thought the chinese didn't have a sense of humor, right? it benefited from a early $250 million grant. that is $250 million. the chinese should send us a thank you card. don't you? wouldn't that be nice? and solyndra got $528 million. wow. you know what? they went belly up. the battery maker, received 118 million. they went belly up. energy store ran compa
a closer look their posted on our web site. and tonight at 6:00 grant will walk us through every frame in every video. >> line number. >>obama and first lady there today. right now 61 people remain hospitalized. of which are dead. >> pam: several people are dead, more than 160 people are injured. j.r. >> between five and 15 people were killed with the last hour. we could have more than 35 people dead. you can see the white smoke going into the area but clearly it was demolished. >> it was like a bomb that just pick you up and took your breath away and then dropped you! >>, alive and happy >> it was a major major explosion and the windows came in on me and the roof came in on me i worked my way up to get some help. the power went out just overwhelmed. i had to do the best i can. there is other people heard more than me i had a job to do. >> total devastation that was taxes attorney general that compared it to a war zone pam now back to yale >> pam: today marks the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. the seven-point-eight magnitude earthquake struck at 5:12 in the morning 107 years ago.
if the -- >> exactly. >> -- if the feds give up the death penalty. >> down to the obama administering, we are down to intelligence through plea bargaining. that has never been the car. >> i'll tell you what the problem with that is, the plea bargaining will be done a year from now. >> exactly. >> plea bargaining is not done now, it's done a year from mao. >> i'm worried he may be lying to us. i'm worried the brother, when he went over to the radical part of the world, that we need to look very closely at what this guy knows. he may be lying to us. but i'm worried about next week and the week after, not a year from now. >> senator, nice to see you, sir. >> thank you. >> straight ahead, one accused bomber is dead after a firefight with the police and his brother driving over him and the other accused brother in the hospital and described by a federal magistrate at lucid. now they want to question the wife of tamerlan tsarnaev. what does she know? also a terrorist suspect living right under our noses. did they show any signs of hate america? you will hear from a neighbor who knows both brothers. one
and we will bring them to justice. >> president obama also ordered flags to be flown at half staff through saturday evening. >> we now know more about the man behind one of the most iconic images of the marathon bombing. video of the first blast showed -- >> the explosion sounded like a bomb went off, the shock waves just hit my body. >> iffrig suffered a scrape and was abl to finish in his age division, pat? >>> watching tragedies like the boston bombing is disturbing for most people. many people can't help but feel empathy for the victims and fear for their own safety. erika edwards talked to them about processing the horrible event events. >> reporter: all the people could do was watch, stunned. >> your natural capacity as a human being is to feel other people's pain. >> reporter: psychologists say the explosion in boston can trigger a sort of nationwide ptsd, and bring up other tragedies like 911 or the bombing in atlanta's centennial park. >> it almost feels like we cannot relax or get comfortable and contented about violence. it is so prevalent. and that is what is so -- i th
are only able to glance at the investigation headlines through their grief and mourning. for boston, the loss suffered on monday feels personal, even to people who don't personally know any of the victims. president obama came to the cathedral of the holy cross today, just a short walk from the finish line of the marathon to talk to boston and the nation about that personal loss. >> our prayers are with the richard family of dorchester. to denise and the young daughter, jane. as they fight to recover. and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin with his big smile and bright eyes. his last hours were as perfect as an 8-year-old boy could hope for. with his family, eating ice cream at a sporting event. and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy. forever smiling for his beloved bruins. and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board. no more hurting people. peace. no more hurting people. peace. >> today i visited with the school where those words were written. no more hurting people. peace. the neighborhood house charter school is in the neighborhood wh
give up the death penalty. >> under the obama administration, we are down to gathering intelligence through plea barg ang, that has never been the law -- we have taken these cases. >> i tell you what the problem is. the plea bargaining will be done a year from now. i mean i. exactly -- >> i don't want to make your case. but plea bargaining i. i am worried he may be lying to us. i am worried that the brother when he went to the radical part of the world that we need to look very closely at what this guy knows. he may be lying to us. i am worried about next week and the week after, not a year from now. >> nice to see you, sir. >> thank you. >> straight ahead, one accused bomber is dead after a firefight with the police and the brother driving over him and the other brother in the hospital, described by a mag street -- magistrate as lucid. and police want to question the wife of tamerian tsarnaev. what does she know? terror suspects living under our noses. did they show any signs of hating america? hear from a neighbor who knows both brothers, one of whom he had a heated discussion abo
him through the u.s. district court in boston. >> julian has a point, the obama administration policy has been well stated. >> and the bush administration policy. >> we expect miranda, we expect it to take place only after they've had a chance to question him about immediate -- how broadly they describe that we'll see. jay, julian, good to see you. thank you. >> thanks. >>> we're getting new insight into the personal life of one of the suspects who apparently had a wife and young daughter. see what the in-laws are now saying about tamerlan tsarnaev coming up. >>> one of the brothers was inspired by a radical muslim cleric whoa
that got the great legislation from social security to healthcare to the civil rights act through the legislature. so you do. that the question with president obama, in my mind is not whether he could have gotten the four plus one republican, maybe that wasn't possible. even with 90%. the question i think this is where you and i in our conversations over many months have been frustrated, why 60? in other words did the president fail or perhaps -- did he do of his own agenda by acquiescing to senator reid, majority leader's reid failure and refusal to push filibuster reform so that 50 was enough to pass an agenda. that's where i feel the absence. >> john: that's the big question here. harry reid deserves a lot of the credit for this thing never getting to have the up-or-down vote the president so eloquently called for in his state of the union address. harry reid promised us filibuster reform. >> i'm with you. there is a lot of chatter and grievant among the punditry class. i say with some admiration, some scorn that this is where it has to be addressed. if we're going to get anyth
: president obama has called it an act of terror but no person more group has claimed responsibility. there was a circuit board found, scouring through surveillance video and following up on the leads, many of them still coming in. >> we will find whoever harmed our citizens, and we mr. bring them to justice. >> reporter: flags are now ordered at half-staff, honoring those whose sense of security, was stolen along the sidelines. among those who lost their life a 29-year-old woman. crystal campbell was there to cheer on a frfnltd when they went to the hospital they were mistakenly told their daughter had survived. now back to you. >> all right. we were treat -- tweeting all the deadly details. you can find it anytime at abc2 under score alerts. >>> erica brannic is a teacher here in towson. she is still in the icu in boston. she's on the right, her mom's on the left. her sis they are nicole and brother-in-law were both injured as well. we reached out to trinity children's center. they said we do understand she is stable but not able to be contacted at this time. our community will pas
on president obama to speak up for egypt's persecuted christians. virginia representative frank wolf says the president should forcefully denounce attacks on coptic believers. an angry mob through firebombs on christians outside a main cathedral in cairo on sunday, and two christians died. erl liaearlier in the week, five christians were killed in similar incidents. wolf says the attacks will continue until mr. obama speaks out. he says christians are living in free, and many are fleeing the country. and the coptic pope has accused the president of negligence. he says mohammed morsi has broken his promise to protect the christians. joining us is kristina shay, and she is co-author of the new book "persecuted, the global assault on christians." nina, great to have you back on the show. >> great to be back. >> wendy: what should the obama administration do about this increased attack and the increased persecution of christians under the muslim brotherhood. >> christians in egypt are in terrible assault. this is the seat of their coptic pope, and if that can be breached, if there can be an a
that and that was the proudest vote of my career. that was the dream from ted kennedy through the obama administration. it ensures that every child in america had health coverage. it enensures that if you are sick you can't become bankrupt. i was very proud of that vote. i think it is something that modeled upon the massachusetts law. i voted for obamacare. i believe it is important, i blivet goes right to fundamental values in our state and in our country. i believe it is a right and not a privilege to have access to our health care. i voted yes and steve voted no. >> mr. lynch, 90 seconds. >> sure. let me address that. i don't think that is biggest difference, the biggest difference between ed and i, if you look at our records. i go back. ed is a policy guy. i'm a people guy. that's why i was explaining before that on all of these fights with the bank bailout, you know, ed was with the banks and i was with the people. on the fishing issue, i'm with the fishermen, the fishing families. ed is not. on homeland security issues, i'm with the firefighters, the nurses, the police, ed voted no on those issu
't yet been interrogated. also why hasn't the obama administration declared the wounded terrorist to be an enemy combatant? he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prosecute this terrorist through our civilian system of justice under u.s. law the united states citizens cannot be tried in military commissions the. >> bill: well some constitutional experts dispute mr. cancery's statement if you partner up with a foreign terrorist organization you become part of that. it's about interrogation not about trial "wall street journal" has by far the most section tonight left one bomber dead, one police officer dead and other bomber gravely wounded. joining us from boston brian bender "boston globe" reporter and craner. let's pick it up ms. cram kramer with the two suspects in cambridge around 10:00 p.m. thursday night. take it from there. >> yes. that's when the chaos essentially began. what happened was they come upon officer sean collier, for reasons we do not understand yet and may never understand they open fire on him. the word that has been used for that was an assassi
to president obama was received. so they routinely get this kind of mail, they go through screening, scientific testing, and there it was picked up. at this point, the secret service, carol, is working with the capital police and the fbi in this investigation. >> i know that authorities say this is no connection with what happened in boston, it just seems strange these two suspicious letters show up -- are there ones that show up that we're not aware of that happened previous to this, or is it unusual? >> i think it is unusual. but i think in terms of something actually being dangerous potentially like this, and again we don't know for sure that it's ricin, but this is very rare. if it is something like ricin, and this is the concern with that off site mail center, then it poses a danger to the entire -- to really the entire facility and weather that facility is contaminated, the workers who are sorting the mail would be affected by something like this something like this happens, we find out about it. it's not an instance that happens all the time. >> dana bash is standing by. and you also hav
. >> that was president obama just moments ago at the white house discussing the boston marathon bombing at an event for wounded warriors. today authorities have been sifting through debris and through thousands upon thousands of images of what happened on monday. in the last few hours the investigation seems to have been picking up at a very rapid pace. let's get the latest from nbc's michael isikoff. there's a lot that's been happening. bring us up to speed on where we are in this investigation. >> reporter: first of all, i should point out, karen, we're going to learn hopefully a lot more in just a little while. there's a 5:00 press briefing that the fbi has scheduled. i think it's the expectation they'll be able to sort through all the conflicting reports we've been getting all day. we do know that there have been some significant progress in the investigation. based on those videos. particularly the one taken outside the -- by the camera at the lord & taylor department store which is right behind where this second bomb blast went off. and from the video of that -- from the footage of that video
to be looked at seriously. >> judge jeanine: the obama administration has indicated they are going through the public safety exception but you all indications are that they want to prosecute this guy in the federal court. having said that when the police came out and said that, you know, this is no longer a danger here. haven't they in essence destroyed the public safety exception by saying everything is okay, everybody can come out, all is well? >> here is the problem. they made that statement and then about ten minutes later they engaged the defendant. the accused. so all was not well. and i understand the police were making the best effort. i think they did a heroic and fantastic job. i'm not sure that would be dispositive. i think the whole idea of mirandizing this individual is a mistake from the get go. i have done a lot of work with the justice department, worked with treasury. i hate that they are going down this route but looks like that is the road they go down. >> judge jeanine: it does seem that they will go through the federal criminal justice system. having said that is ther
on monday that he had sent a message through bill richardson who was in caracas to president obama saying let's talk. is that true? we'll see. my sense is that he's not -- and i agree with you a little bit, i think, nicholas -- he's not up to the job if he really only got half the vote. that is not something that is going to make for stin presence in the presidency. >> charlie: for the most part he would carry on the policies of hugo chavez. >> i think he would except that a lot of economic reforms have to be undertaken very quickly because the economy can't continue the way it is among other things giving gasoline away. they can't go on that way. >> nick raised the question of ideology. it's important to note that the opposition it wasn't an election about ideology. the opposition, what was fascinating about it is it ran on a comain to administer it more efficiently. they accepted the social missions. they accepted even the foreign policy. dressed in red. he was in some ways praising chavez and saying that maduro wasn't worthy. he see it wasn't an election about ideology but an election
. >> the investigation will take so long because it's done on a scientific method through a scientific process. it's very methodical. one way to compare this archeological dig. we are layering through everything we are going to try to get the answer. >> shepard: president obama will attend a memorial service in the town of west on thursday. fbi agent says investigators did not find ricin inside the home of a mississippi man. the one accused of sending poison letters to president obama and u.s. senator. he also says investigators did not find ingredients for making poison or computer searches on how to make ricin. this on a hearing for the suspect paul kevin curtis. lawyers say curtis didn't send the letters suggesting someone is framing him. is he elvis impersonator. his family says he has mental illness. investigation into last week's boston bombing far from over. now the phish looking to question the wife of the now dead boston bombing system. her attorney says she had nothing to do with it and wait until you hear how he says she found out that her own husband was a suspect. we went out and asked peopl
're out of the city now. it just hits you like oh my, what did i just live through? you know? it's crazy. >> one of the many accounts from witnesses who saw this today. president barack obama says whoever is responsible for monday's deadly terror attack will be brought to justice. >>> three people are dead and more than 140 wounded, many of them critically. no one has claimed responsibility. police say they have no suspects. authorities are scouring surveillance video for in clues. for now there are a lot of questions but there are just not too many answers. >> let's try to get some answers. where do they start, bob? >> well, first, i would look at the wiring. how sophisticated was this? the fact that two bombs were used? there is a certain level of sophistication. what was the detonator? what was the explosives? they can tell from the wiring. the person had experience. having made these bombs before, it's not easy. you just can't get it on the internet and make two of these bombs go off fairly closely together. somebody had some experience. somebody practiced. they're going to want to k
the twin explosions ripped through the crowded finish line are on monday. but. it is still not known who is behind the deadly attack.whether they are foreign or domestic terrorists. and why. president obama plans to visit boston on thursday to attend an interfaith service in honor of the victims. hundreds of people gathered tonight on the boston common for a vigil to honor the victims. the crowd sang songs and lit candles. they held signs that read - "peace here and everywhere." mourners tonight said, the people of boston would not be afraid. there was a heavy military presence on the boston common. with dozens of national guard troops standing by. it has been reported and that this backpack/bag is part of the bomb. and that shrapnel became air born. nails were inside of the pressure cooker to become shrapnel. you can see the lettering on that the fbi is processing these items in a laboratory. they will try to track this down and hopefully the suspects will be able to be found. this is heavy-duty metal. that became a weapon and it was meant to harm humans. grant lodes, kron 4 numeronews
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